While the pest control industry has proven recession-resistant in the past, the industry has never faced anything quite like the COVID-19 pandemic.
Do industry outsiders who start pest control companies have a built-in advantage? If so, what gives them an edge? And how can you use these principles in your own business?
In honor of Father’s Day this month, new research showcases the best and brightest fathers of the insect world.
Since he was a child, PMP Bill Grizer had the dream of building his own castle. That dream has finally come true.
Woodstream recently loaned its vast collection of pest control traps to Ohio’s Trap History Museum, which features traps used throughout the years.
Understanding the biology of a specific class of insects is critical to designing an effective control program.
Dumpsters, compactors and trash rooms are often the focal point of pest problems — including flies — in commercial accounts.
The what and why of fly management in food-processing accounts.
Can you smell a heavy bed bug infestation?
Bed bug control in airplanes is a tricky task.
In accounts with high traffic and lots of turnover, bed bug management comes down to three things: PMP attentiveness, control techniques and account follow-up.
A review of bed bug news and product information from industry suppliers.